The only 2 tricks you need for maximum productivity

A few weeks ago I published an article on LifeHack on the two productivity tricks I use to keep both Ignited Leadership, and my personal life, running smoothly and efficiently. Below is an excerpt from the article. You can read the full article here.

For the past 10 years I’ve been a student of productivity. In high school I managed to make the honor roll while running a small business. In college I became a master of acing tests without actually learning the material (the trick is to figure out what the professor will ask and then memorize the necessary information). When I started my second business in the heart of the recession I knew that I had to be a productivity ninja if I wanted a fighting chance.

I tried everything. I experimented with virtually every legal stimulant, used computer programs to prevent distractions, tried to check my email only once a day, followed GTD to a T… the list goes on.

Through it all, I learned that there are only two tricks you need to achieve maximum productivity.

But first it’s important to understand that if you’re not feeling great you’re not going to be able to hit maximum productivity. Take good care of yourself. It’s the foundation for everything.

With that in mind, here are the only two tricks you’ll ever need to reach maximum productivity: Continue reading the full article here…

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